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1.
Eager to learn. It's commonly used to talk about precocious kids or kittens.

No, not those kittens. The real kind.
I'm curious about what you're cooking for dinner.

Last night your mom was curious about sex with me. (Oops, I guess it can describe "those other" kittens, too.)
by aieeeeee November 20, 2008
 
2.
Simply want to know more about sb you barely know merely out of curiosity. It does not necessarily mean you are attracted to/ interested in sb.
S: Henry, you have a crush on Carol?
H: No! I am just curious.
by Cheeky boy January 07, 2013
 
3.
Ummmm, such an interesting word (curious that is). This word can be used in many areas of the English language; here are some examples for people who have the imagination of a small cat (below). Consider the word curious to only be used for intellectual purposes…in other words, chav’s please don’t attempt to use this. I can safely assure you that curiosity is one of the best things ever, in fact I am curious…curious into finding the reason why… feel free to think of the next bit, interesting you should find it.

“Curious I be”, Yoda speaking after falling through a duck

“Curious-ity killed the cat…..” have you ever thought about the 12 tonne antelope on
its head??

Person 1 “You are a curious person”
Person 2 “WILL YOU JUST TELL ME WHERE THE BLOODY TOILET IS!!!!!”
by Ryan Crossland January 04, 2007
 
4.
A new perfume featuring the face of the ever-talentless Britney Spears. Pops up in personal emails and other unwanted places. Guarantees oneself to smell of twat and other nasties.
"I smell just like Britney!", Harry screamed excitedly, as he guzzled down a bottle of Curious
by Gay Sebastian May 05, 2005